Cinderella In Skates By Carly Syms – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Read “Cinderella in Skates Cinderella, #2” by Carly Syms with Rakuten Kobo. Natalie Melter hates that her family made her leave sunny Arizona to move to. Fun, YA, contemporary romance with a hockey-playing heroine. Cinderella in Skates by Carly Syms. Reading Level: Young Adult Release Date: February
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I have never read any other books by this author but I wouldn’t mind doing it in the future. It literally brought me tear, of laughter, at one point. This story is nothing more than a description of a bunch of events actions like walking, opening doors and smiling. Apr 25, Graylark rated it did not like it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem?
It starts out with Natalie moving to Wisconsin from Arizona in the middle of her senior year high school.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I thought the characters were all pretty likeable, and I liked Natalie.
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I had a bit of a hard time connecting with the main character Natalie. Especially since said girl wasn’t syjs sports previously, so her physical condition was probably nonexistent. Now let me tell you. She gets all in!
What a cute story?!? I’m glad I read it and I would recommend it to anyone who appreciates quick and easy young adult romance. Now there were a few things that bothered shms in the story.
Boy meets girl, break up, they get back together, the end. Things start to heat up on the ice and off. Trivia About Cinderella in Ska The review must be at least 50 characters long. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
If only it wasn’t as dry as the Arizona Desert The author managed to introduce details related to Ice Hockey without it becoming superfluous or tedious. I might be the only one but seriously I didn’t like this. Cinderella In Skates, has been on my ‘To-Read Wishlist’ for quite sometime, but then, – when I first heard of it – there were other fairy-tale remakes that were out and I was not in the mood to read anymore modern-takes.
Her plan is to go back to Arizona at the beginning of the summer and calry with her grandparents until she goes to college in Phoenix in the fall. There were a few things that see I’m not sure where Cinderella comes in but it was still a good book.
He storyline was shabby at best. So I did not understand that at all.
The Fine Art of Pretending. Usually, relationships that builds way too fast for its own good, I stay away from, but Carly Syms has the ability to make it work.
Cinderella in Skates
Dec 29, ari rated it it was amazing Shelves: Confessions of a Heartbreaker. Hence the romance part of the book. I got to chapter 7 but just couldn’t go on.
Well, Natalie’s father a former college hockey player made he a deal: Her dad makes a deal with her that if she makes it to the girls hockey team she will go back in June. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. To view it, click here.
Cinderella in Skates by Carly Syms
She gets off the plane in Wisconsin dressed for degree weather only to find snow smacking her I the face. Natalie has a strong, forceful personality, and she’s a talented athlete. If you decide to read this terrific book because you enjoy YA romances with a heroine who is an excellent athlete, I also recommend: This was a good book but I love how she judges before she knows throughout the whole book and almost loses the guy because of her own stupidity!!!
Mar 20, Marky rated cinrerella liked it. Oct 12, Ashleigh rated it cindegella it. The dialog was a bit flat and there wasn’t anything surprising or unpredictable.
Natalie’s dad played hockey during his college years, and one of his best friends and hockey teammates helped Natalie’s father find a home in Madison three houses down from his.
Stanford and Natalie’s i played college hockey together, so it’s a happy reunion. Sports, Coming-of-Age and Romance – a lovely combination I also liked how the book featured parts of the US that aren’t so crly and that I’m not familiar with.